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2004 town car park assist was disabled. then

2004 town car park assist was disabled. then worked for a short time with nothing done to it . is now inopertative again.

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WD40 will help insulate and dry the wires. With this type of problem you should see green corrosion on the problem wire.

Check your TPS switch on the airhorn. There are master power boxes under the hood and they have relays. You should be able to unplug the relays and look for corrosion in the sockets.

If the car does this again open the hood and have someone try to start it. You should see sparks dance over the problem wire.

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sounds like they can only be related if your fuse board has taken on either excessive dust or water... take a look maybe give a clean see what happens might save you a fortune

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is disabled because you have a problem whit the system you need to check out the PAM module prking aid module

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